Lungs (Nutriest) - grass-fed
Category: Supplements & supplemental foods
Freeze-dried lungs from grass-fed cattle from Estonia.
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Freeze-dried lungs from pasture-raised beef from Estonia.
Lungs from grazing cattle, like all offal, is an unusual superfood. However, predators eat the offal of their prey first and foremost, because they instinctively know that this provides them with the widest range of the most important nutrients.
It was no different for humans in the past. In traditional cultures, offal is valued most highly, not muscle meat. Here in Europe, this was also the case not so long ago.
Product information at a glance
Ingredients: 60% dried grass-fed lungs, 40% dried grass-fed liver, bovine gelatin capsule
Recommended intake for capsules:
- 6-9 capsules
- 1-2 times daily
- preferably with some fat or a meal
- 1 capsule contains approx. 245 mg dried lungs and liver in a 60/40 ratio.
- 6 capsules correspond to approx. 7-8.4 g fresh lungs and liver in a 60/40 ratio.
Recommended intake for powder:
- 4.5g (one tablespoon), 1-2x daily, preferably with some fat or a meal.
Why we offer grass-fed lungs from Nutriest
We are really pleased to be able to offer this high quality product. As written above, lungs is a particularly valuable food. We do like to eat lungs (well, one of us at least), but lungs from pasture-raised beef is not so easy to find.
With freeze-dried lungs, whether in capsule or powder form, one can very comfortably consume the equivalent of 10 g of fresh lungs daily.
We believe that the steady intake of a smaller amount is better for the body than an infrequent but larger intake. Diet is little different from exercise. It is better to exercise for 15 minutes a day than to go to the gym for 1 hour once a week.
It is also nice that the product comes from Europe. Ancestral Supplements are very popular in the USA ... but why go far when good things are so close.